There is area parking and $5 parking at Our Lady of Sorrows parking lot, adjacent to the Festival.
Free parking passes available for Artists, Volunteers, Vendors, and Sponsors at Loretto Park, after Northeastern Artist check in.
We are happy you have opened our application for the Bernalillo Indian Arts Festival on May 6 & May 7, 2023 from 9am-5pm at Loretto Park: 237 S Camino Del Pueblo, Bernalillo, NM 87004.
APPLICATION FEE: $35 due with submitted application (non-refundable)
EACH ARTIST must fill out an application SEPARATELY and MUST pay the $35 application fee.
Full-Time Collaborating Artists fill out a single application and MUST pay one $35 application fee.
TRIBAL DOCUMENT: Please upload your CIB or Letter of Tribal Enrollment with this application.
JURIED CLASSIFICATIONS: Classifications are listed as Categories in this online application. Artists may apply into two classifications only. Please include three (3) photos of current artwork for each applied classification with plain white backgrounds.
Jewelry and Lapidary work
Sculpture (above 6")
Weavings and Textiles
Beadwork & Quillwork
Small Sculpture (Under 6": Fetishes and non-Pueblo Wooden Carvings)
Diverse Arts (Dolls, Flutes, Drums, Cultural Items, etc.)
YOUTH ARTISTS: Artists 17 years old and under may sell with a Juried Booth Space Holder. Youth Artists do not pay an application fee or booth fee. Before Festival day, please email proof of Youth Artist tribal enrollment and three artwork images with descriptions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOOTH SPACE PRICES: Each Artist in a booth space must be juried in.
10'x10': $350 Single Artist and Full-Time Collaborators in one booth space thru March 15. ($400 thereafter)
10'x20': $600 Single Artist in two booths spaces thru March 15. ($650 thereafter)
10'x10': $600 (Full Payment) TWO Artists in one booth space thru March 15. ($650 thereafter)
10'x10': $300 (Split Payment) TWO Artists in one booth space paying individually thru March 15. ($325 thereafter)
10'x20': $850 Direct Family Members, up to FOUR Adult Artists, in two booths.
NEW OPPORTUNITY for this year: Alternative/Non-Traditional Arts Merchandise. Upon approval by ANAA committee, 20% of your market booth space can be for Non-Traditional Merchandise that complements the Artists brand. Similar to quality commercial gift shop items at a museum (Example: coffee mug with Artist's work as the major design element). You must also disclose to the public the origin of this art. This is an opportunity to evaluate how Non-Traditional Merchandise fits into the Festival.
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